Oregon has 1 million pounds of unsold cannabis, and it reveals the state’s marijuana-surplus problem


Oregon is sitting on more than 1 million pounds of unsold cannabis , and that number is growing. This oversupply of cannabis is driving down prices. But because the marijuana cannot be transported over state lines, it has nowhere else to go, possibly jeopardizing the local industry. The Craft Cannabis Alliance wants to open Oregon’s borders to save the industry, but there are several hurdles along the way, including the risk of a federal intervention. Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories.

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